
 

 Washington's Birthday 
 (Cancelled) Seminars in Research in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 12:00 PM  1:00 PM
Bloomberg School of Public Health
Seminars in Research in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 
 Biostatistics Help: Faculty, Staff, PreMD and PostDoc WalkIn Clinic 1:00 PM  2:00 PM
Biostatistics consulting is available to all Johns Hopkins University faculty, staff, preMDs and postdocs conducting clinical and translational research.
1:00 – 2:00 PM
Wolfe Street Building
Room: E3144 
 Cheikh N'diaye "Methods of Algebraic Topology for the Nonlocal Yamabe problem."" 4:00 PM  5:00 PM
Homewood
Speaker: Cheikh N'diaye, (Howard)
Abstract: In this talk, we will present a solution of the fractional Yamabe problem for locally flat conformal infinities of PoincareEinstein manifolds. This case is the counterpart of the locally conformally flat case of the classical Yamabe problem, however no nonlocal version of the SchoenYau Positive Mass Theorem is known. We will show how one can bypass such an issue and in a natural way, by using the Algebraic Topological argument of BahriCoron. 
 Cheikh N'diaye “Methods of Algebraic Topology for the Nonlocal Yamabe problem. ” 4:00 PM  5:00 PM
Homewood
Speaker: Cheikh N'diaye (Howard)
Abstract: In this talk, we will present a solution of the fractional Yamabe problem for locally flat conformal infinities of PoincareEinstein manifolds. This case is the counterpart of the locally conformally flat case of the classical Yamabe problem, however no nonlocal version of the SchoenYau Positive Mass Theorem is known. We will show how one can bypass such an issue and in a natural way, by using the Algebraic Topological argument of BahriCoron. 
 Apurv Nakade “Manifold Calculus and Hprinciple” 4:30 PM  5:30 PM
Homewood
Speaker:Apurv Nakade, Johns Hopkins
Abstract: In this talk, I'll explain the connection between Manifold Calculus (Goodwillie calculus for manifolds) and Gromov's hprinciple. Manifold Calculus is a homotopy theoretic technique for studying embedding spaces of manifolds, and Gromov's hprinciple is a classical tool for finding solutions to partial differential relations. I'll explain how hprinciple can be used to extend Manifold Calculus to manifolds with tangential structures and present some of its applications. 
